Blossom and Boo by Dawn Apperley
A Story about Best Friends

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Blossom the Rabbit and Boo the Bear are best friends. They play in the forest together, make gifts for each other, and giggle a lot. But when it comes time for Boo to hibernate, Blossom worries how she will get through the long winter alone. Dawn Apperley's gentle, pleasing illustrations bring to life this touching story of strength found through friendship, which all young children will identify with.
 

About Dawn Apperley

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Dawn Apperley is the author of two more Princess Rosebud books, also available in North America from Barron's.
 
Published May 17, 2001 by Hodder Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books. Fiction

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Simply rendered, the full-bleed pictures have a child-like feel that is utterly appealing: chunky, rounded bees buzz past a bright field of daisies, while round little ducklings bob in the stream.

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Apperley's (the Hide and Seek series) reassuring if predictable tale introduces an inseparable bunny and bear, who swing from trees and make flower crowns in summer and giggle when the falling leaves tickle their noses in the fall.

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The stars of Blossom and Boo: A Story About Best Friends return in Blossom and Boo Stay Up Late: A Story About Bedtime by Dawn Apperley.

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